Sarmiento Suites Apartment Hotel
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... snoring was a relief!
Finally, with some money this time, returned to the
supermarket via the local correo (post office) – they had never heard of poste
restante – it’s so long since I’ve used it, not sure if it still exists!
Quiet night in with the wifi and a big bowl of salad with boquerones
– found a nice deli & will def go back for cheese too!
Buenos Dias a todos de Buenos Aires! What a change from the English speaking "new world" to the world of the latin americas. And it all came with time travel at its best. Leaving from Auckland in the Morning at 6 I saw the sun rise in New Zealand. On the plane to Chile I saw the sun set and rise again on the same day. At the end I landed only a couple of hours later than I started in New Zealand and only the 5 movies and 4 meals in between let me realize that more time had passed when ...
... short walk, similar to someone with a zimmer frame but it was definitely progress!
As the days passed by, very slowly but surely Niall was getting better. We went to Florida street to change some dollars for the blue rate, went for dinner with Joyce and Omar and even went on our first proper outing to Recoleta cemetery (one of the strangest tourist attractions we've seen so far) where families have mini marble/concrete temple-type stuctures ...
... wanting to discover more of this city, but alas, for us, the South is calling. We did not come here to shop, although Jenny might beg to differ, we merely came to BsAs as a jumping off point to get to Patagonia. We never did find our empanadas today. By the time we made it out for lunch, we stopped at the first decent place we came across but they had no empanadas there, so we will have to search for them in the South. This ...
... After a few hours rest, we went back into town for the La Ventana tango show and dinner. It was SPECTACULAR! Every visitor should take in one of the many tango shows...although it does remind you that your body could not possibly move into those positions at this point in life. The program included several performances by gaucho musicians and dancers that were really fun to see. We were exhausted when we finally tumbled into bed at 115 AM, but it was a great ...